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Esma wants EU law to stop ‘undue costs’ in funds 

ESMA's headquarters are in Paris. Photo: ESMA.
Europe’s top regulator for securities and financial markets on Wednesday said it believes there is a need for EU-level legislation to make sure investors do not bear costs that are considered excessive, unnecessary, or unreasonable when they put their money in investment funds.

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